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Bentley Turbo R
with Hooper conversion


Contents of this page
1. General information about this car
2. Photos to introduce the car; if available
3. Copies of documentation, such as specifications and details of the Hooper coachbuilding; if available
4. Photos from the internet, Facebook and other sources; if available




Colour exterior

Dark Oyster, repainted to Brewster green

Model year



Colour interior

Magnolia leather piped Slate, changed to piped green

First owner

John Bairstow of Queens Moat Houses Plc, Romford, Essex, England




Factory features


Hooper coachbuilt

Glass electric sliding sunroof to front of roof panel
Stainless steel thin style wheel arch surrounds and sill cappings, finishers to rear tail lights, rear number plate surround and infills to front and rear bumper
Five Hooper wire wheels with 'B' in centres painted red
New windscreen with top tint in green
Roof mounted peak aerial to rear of roof panel
Single large oval outlet for both pipes
Hooper style badge bar
Boot mounted Hooper badge to replace Bentley badge
Hooper sports type steering wheel, finished in dark green leather with white stitching
Tread plates to all 4 door sills in 'Hooper style'
Fully veneered map pockets to front doors and two veneered ashtray and cigar lighter plinths to the rear doors
Small ashtrays to drivers door capping rails
Fully veneered Hooper centre console, with roll top to storage area and stitching in white
Alpine radio/cassette and C.D. unit
Combined writing desks and cocktail cabinets with veneered facing; slide out drawer to RH table and Davidoff humidor to LH table; cocktail cabinets to house two cut lead crystal decanters with silver tops and Asprey ice container, 4 cut lead crystal glasses; both cabinets illuminated when open
Old style number plates
"GB" badges to boot lid

Further remarks

Queens Moat Houses (cf first owner) was a UK hotel group that became infamous for an accounting scandal which resulted in the collapse of the group.

3. Copies of documentation

Documents of the donor car

Hooper documents

4. Photos from the internet, Facebook and other sources

Ebay advertisement in June 2016:


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